Quest Chasers: The Deadly Cavern by Grace & Thomas Lockhaven (Book Review #104)

Thie review was kindly requested by Grace Lockhaven.

Quest Chasers is a charming children’s book written about a girl named Eevie and a boy named Tommy. There is a very pleasing bond of friendship between these two, and as they enter the world of which they have never known before, they are trapped. Every quest is a riddle, and every riddle has an answer to opening a way for their freedom.

The setting and story take them to a fantasy world named Labyrinth. It is similar to the kind of worlds you enter when you read Narnia. I particularly enjoyed the fact that the children had to think to get out of sticky situations. The tale focuses on magic, imagination, challenges, and problem-solving and that, in my opinion, makes a perfect recipe for a children’s book.

 

As the children become closer to the end, they realize that the path they may have taken was not entirely the correct one. This magical fantasy book surprises you with a very sweet ending and grabs you into wanting to know more.

The literary standard was perfect for children. I found it very easy to understand, and the paragraphs possessed a relatively gentle flow of connectivity. There was just enough backstory and world-building to invite a child’s mind into this fantasy, and I believe that this was executed superbly. The authors seem to have good knowledge of what children like to read and to imagine in a story.

 

I highly recommend this book for parents and their children and look forward to reading more from these authors.

Written by Jeyran Main

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